This course is free and editable. Yours to re-brand and tailor to your needs!
Bullying and harassment in the workplace take on many forms. In this course, we will discuss the different types of bullying and harassment, so we may identify and prevent them from happening.
Click through the microlessons below to preview this course. Each lesson is designed to deliver engaging and effective learning to your team in only minutes.
This course is free and completely editable. Update the text, add your own slides or re-brand the entire course — with our no-code authoring tool, the sky’s the limit!
Follow the interactions on each screen or click the arrows to navigate between lesson slides.
** Workplace Bullying and Harassment**
The bullies that you knew from school grew up, got a job, and are now more active in their social media accounts more than ever.
Just recently, the number of bullying and harassment-related content in Facebook alone has reached an all-time high of 6.3 million. 1
Here's what you can do about it.
** Preventing Cyberbullying and Harassment**
** Protect your personal data** Don't make your email, home address, or phone number public for harassers and stalkers to see and abuse.
** Adjust your privacy settings** Take control of who can see your profile and contact you on your social media and other types of online accounts.
Make it a habit to log off Always remember to log off before walking away from your computer while at work to keep your accounts and passwords secure.
** Your social network account is not your diary** Avoid venting in status updates and posting stories about your personal life as persons with malicious intent can use this information to aggravate you.
** Psychology of a Bully**
Bullying and harassment knows no gender, race, religion nor age. Everyone can be a victim...
..and anyone can be a bully.
Bullying can start off small and subtle, such as with minor insults, threats, and comments meant to damage someone' self-esteem.
Here's how you can change the game.
Mike, a worker with an intellectual disability suffers from emails sent to him making fun of his ability to write and his intelligence. What should be his first course of action?
** Think of somebody who...** Just doesn't want you to be around. Manipulates you to think that you're always the one at fault. Never gives credit for projects you've done. Hides key information and spreads rumors about you. Enjoys seeing you break down and cry for their entertainment. Now, what if this person was your supervisor?